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The interior design is a throw-back to the 'teens and twenties and would have been considered conservative 1930, at least in comparison to the daring French Line interiors.  However, when the ship resumed service after WW2, her interiors were appreciated for their old world elegance.   \u003c\/p\u003e\nExcellent condition with a few pin holes at the folds."}

BRITANNIC: 1930 - Deluxe Cabin Class plan from 1930

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White Star Line:  A large and complex deck plan brochure for Cabin Class (the equivalent of First Class) from around the time of the BRITANNIC’s maiden voyage in 1930. 

In typical White Star fashion for the era, the brochure opens up to four and then eight panels.  Then the top pages unfold upward to reveal a large color profile of the ship.  Usually ham-fisted passenger miss this flip-up and instead tear the plan.  Amazingly, this plan is not ripped.  The bottom half of the booklet contains twelve-pages of color-coded plans showing six decks, lots of large and detailed b&w photos of interiors, and text about the public rooms, cabins, sports areas, and the ship itself.  Also a route map. 

The photos show the BRITANNIC's Lounge, Dining Saloon, Smoke Room, Long Gallery, Drawing Room, Card Room, Verandah, Gym, Swimming Pool, and eight different cabins. The interior design is a throw-back to the 'teens and twenties and would have been considered conservative 1930, at least in comparison to the daring French Line interiors.  However, when the ship resumed service after WW2, her interiors were appreciated for their old world elegance.   

Excellent condition with a few pin holes at the folds.
$295.00
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